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Friday, May 9, 2014

DRANK: The Marina Roast is Funny and Accurate

Posted By on Fri, May 9, 2014 at 4:08 PM

click to enlarge Get your drank on! - YOUTUBE/941SOCIALCLUB
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  • Get your drank on!

Barbie has never looked so real.

In this amazing parody video of the Marina, the 941 Social Club (which apparently isn't anything until this summer) pokes fun at the stereotypical girls that frequent all the places that serve alcohol in the 94123. From morning mimosas at Balboa Cafe to scrolling Tinder with afternoon cocktails, they cover all aspects of a day of drinking in the Marina.

And they also don't forget to thank everything that makes drinking in the Marina exactly what it is -- sunny days at Fort Mason, the Tipsy Pig, and all the wonderful alcohol.

So watch the Marina Roast, and then watch it again, and then go to Monaghan's tomorrow to watch it in real time.

Also, to be fair, we love Bloody Mary's, always miss the cute dog walking by, and bet the white one and the hot-pink one look exactly alike too.

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